It is acknowledged that beautiful appearance will attract many people's attention. Beautiful people will always win the chance of success. But what is the standard of beauty? In our parents' generation, different times have different standards.
People think that girls should be fatter, because it means that she lives a better life. Today, thin girls are considered to be lack of happiness, beauty The most important standard for a beautiful woman is to be thin. The thinner the better.
When we see the commercial, all the models are thin and wear beautiful clothes. When I see my friends trying to lose weight, they look beautiful. I'm worried that they don't have to.
As long as we keep the original appearance, the beauty standard will change.
Hello, Gao Xia, long time no see. I have something to tell you. My friend, Jane Newell, is coming to China.
She is an American. She wants to come to Beijing to collect some s and materials. She wants to go to Beijing National Library to read some books.
She also wants to meet some Chinese people. I hope you can help her. Her English is very good.
You can teach her Chinese. You will become a good friend. Thank you.
Play Have fun, Zhang Lu, May 2.
My 14-year-old son, John, and I found this coat at the same time. It was on the shelf of a second-hand clothing store in Northampton, Massachusetts. It was filled with shoddy windcoats and all kinds of pathetic wool coats, while others hung down.
The coat looked thick. Double breasted Chesterfield's black wool was soft and uncut It was as if it had been preserved in mothballs for years in the trunk of Uncle Henry's old ship. The coat has a black velvet collar, a beautiful cut, a Fifth Avenue label, and an incredible dollar price.
We looked at each other and said nothing, but John's eyes flashed with black wool. Coats were popular among age boys at the time, but new ones could cost hundreds of dollars. This coat is better, with a classical elegance from the past.
John turned into a satin sleeve lining, turned into a satin sleeve lining, and quickly turned into a mirror. It fits perfectly. John went to school in his coat the next day and came home with a grin.
"Do the kids like your coat?" I asked, "they like it," he said, folding it carefully on the back of his chair and smoothing it out. I began to call him "Lord Chesterfield" and "the Great Gatsby." over the next few weeks, John's attitude changed, agreement replaced contradiction, quiet, rational discussion replaced argument. He became wiser, more polite, more considerate, eager to have a good dinner, mom He would say every night that he would generously lend the tape to his brother and tell him the details of his behavior without any objection.
One day, when I suggested that he start doing his homework before dinner, he would move in firewood. John was an experienced procrastinator.